painting RECORDING OF COLOR
ISOLDE KILLE painting RECORDING OF COLOR ink, enamel paint on canvas
Underwater Worlds
2019
ink, enamel paint on canvas
72 x 215 inches
ISOLDE KILLE painting RECORDING OF COLOR ink, enamel paint on canvas
24 Moons
2019
ink, enamel paint on canvas
72 x 215 inches
ISOLDE KILLE painting RECORDING OF COLOR ink on canvas
Forest
2019
ink on canvas
72 x 215 inches
ISOLDE KILLE painting RECORDING OF COLOR Forest & 24 Moons installed with Blurb #1220
Installation / Studio view
December 2019
Forest & 24 Moons installed with Blurb #1220
dimension variable
ISOLDE KILLE painting RECORDING OF COLOR ink, sweet water pearls, threat on canvas
Seascape
2019
ink, sweet water pearls, threat on canvas
66 x 94 inches
ISOLDE KILLE painting RECORDING OF COLOR

ISOLDE KILLE painting RECORDING OF COLOR ink, acrylic on canvas
Detail of Forest / installed
2019
ink, acrylic on canvas
ISOLDE KILLE painting RECORDING OF COLOR ink, enamel paint on canvas
Detail of 24 Moons
2019
ink, enamel paint on canvas

Interested in the process of painting, itself, and its connection to the processes in relationship to my surroundings, I often start with placing multiple, often un-stretched raw canvas on the floor and then start spilling paint and inks onto piles of fabrics, canvas, linen, silks and/or paper. This process allows the paint to bleed through multiple layers of works at once. I also call this method ‘The Recording Of Color’, producing a Landscape with colors similar to a soundscape in music. The works are influencing each other such as single notes create a composition. One dimension transforming into another dimension, the final result of the painting reveals itself through discovery.